The remains of 14 more victims were found in California wildfire, bringing the total number of deaths from blazes raging across the state to at least 25…

The 14 bodies were recovered in the Camp Fire, thought to be the most destructive wildfire in state history. Nine deaths had previously been reported in that fire.
2 bodies also were found in the burn zone of the Woolsey Fire in South California.
More than 50,000 people were evacuated or staying in shelters because of the Camp Fire and a preliminary estimate is that more than 6,400 homes have been destroyed, according to the California Department of Forestry.
The Camp Fire has burned around 109,000 acres and was 25% contained Sunday, officials said. More Santa Ana winds fueling the fires are expected on Sunday.
Some 250,000 people in California were under evacuation orders from three fires on Saturday, including the Camp Fire, officials said.

The two people found dead in the Malibu area amid the Woolsey Fire were discovered badly burned in a vehicle in a driveway.

At least 177 homes and other structures have been destroyed in the Woolsey Fire, which has burned 83,275 acres and was 10 percent contained Sunday.